Podwójny portret Tadżykistanu w powieści Brunona Jasieńskiego „Człowiek zmienia skórę”

2014
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dc.abstract.enOne of the novels written by Bruno Jasieński (1901–1938), "Chelavek menayet kozhu" (Man Changes His Skin), was published between 1932 and 1933 and quickly attracted the interest of Soviet critics and readers. Jasieński chose as the background of his story an irrigation project carried out in the Vakhsh Valley in Tajikistan. Writing his novel, he used some of the material collected during his several visits to that Soviet republic. Tajik environment helped him to depict the question of rapid social and economic changes triggered by the communist revolution. The final result of his work is a socially and politically engaged socialist realist novel. An image of Tajikistan, that was carefully outlined on nearly six hundred pages, proves that the writer was not only a shrewd observer of the reality but also an inquisitive researcher of the past. However, it seems that his black-and-white sketch of Tajikistan was not his original concept but rather a requirement of the Soviet propaganda. Referring to some Soviet publications, we can easily find different passages clearly condemning the past and glorifying the present. Nevertheless, this simple comparison of the two opposing colours – black and white – served Bruno Jasieński to create a socially and politically engaged work. Of course, the future verified his idealistic vision of Soviet Tajikistan, making constructive criticism of this highly simplified double portrait.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Filologiczny : Instytut Orientalistykipl
dc.contributor.authorKłagisz, Mateusz - 143858 pl
dc.date.accession2016-11-10pl
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dc.subject.enSoviet Tajikistanpl
dc.subject.enBruno Jasieńskipl
dc.subject.ensocial realist novelpl
dc.subject.enChelavek menayet kozhu (Man Changes His Skin)pl
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dc.titlePodwójny portret Tadżykistanu w powieści Brunona Jasieńskiego „Człowiek zmienia skórę”pl
dc.title.alternativeA double portrait of Tajikistan in Bruno Jasieński’s novel "Człowiek zmienia skórę"pl
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One of the novels written by Bruno Jasieński (1901–1938), "Chelavek menayet kozhu" (Man Changes His Skin), was published between 1932 and 1933 and quickly attracted the interest of Soviet critics and readers. Jasieński chose as the background of his story an irrigation project carried out in the Vakhsh Valley in Tajikistan. Writing his novel, he used some of the material collected during his several visits to that Soviet republic. Tajik environment helped him to depict the question of rapid social and economic changes triggered by the communist revolution. The final result of his work is a socially and politically engaged socialist realist novel. An image of Tajikistan, that was carefully outlined on nearly six hundred pages, proves that the writer was not only a shrewd observer of the reality but also an inquisitive researcher of the past. However, it seems that his black-and-white sketch of Tajikistan was not his original concept but rather a requirement of the Soviet propaganda. Referring to some Soviet publications, we can easily find different passages clearly condemning the past and glorifying the present. Nevertheless, this simple comparison of the two opposing colours – black and white – served Bruno Jasieński to create a socially and politically engaged work. Of course, the future verified his idealistic vision of Soviet Tajikistan, making constructive criticism of this highly simplified double portrait.
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Wydział Filologiczny : Instytut Orientalistyki
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Kłagisz, Mateusz - 143858
dc.date.accessionpl
2016-11-10
dc.date.accessioned
2015-03-09T15:17:30Z
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2015-03-09T15:17:30Z
dc.date.issuedpl
2014
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1-2 (249-250)
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0033-2283
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http://ruj.uj.edu.pl/xmlui/handle/item/3629
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pol
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Soviet Tajikistan
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Bruno Jasieński
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social realist novel
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Chelavek menayet kozhu (Man Changes His Skin)
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Article
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Podwójny portret Tadżykistanu w powieści Brunona Jasieńskiego „Człowiek zmienia skórę”
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A double portrait of Tajikistan in Bruno Jasieński’s novel "Człowiek zmienia skórę"
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Przegląd Orientalistyczny
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